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tonight mardi gras parade celebrating a san francisco tradition. >> good evening it's tuesday february 1/2 and i'm -- this is bay area news at seven. we begin tonight at san bernardino county where we're hearing reports that a body has just been discovered in a burned-out cabin near where she got killed a s heriff's deputy this afternoon. this comes dairy -- christopher dorner. chris wells joins us from big bear with the very latest on this intense manhunt >> it's been a chaotic day that included a car chase through the mountains, stolen cars and in other law-enforcement official shot and killed but at the end of the
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day law-enforcement officials several of them are now confirming that christopher dorner is dead >> flames could be seen shooting from a cabin where police believe renegade ex- coppa christopher dorner barricaded himself after a fatal shootout we sheriff deputies. >> if this is christopher dorner he is now responsible for the murder of four people. and attempted murder of three o ther. >> to sheriff's deputies were shot in an exchange of gunfire with dorner. one was killed and the other is expected to survive. >> law-enforcement is a very close-knit family. agencies is a brotherhood so this is a very difficult day again for law enforcement. >> sources say the fire started after police detonated smoke devices inside the cabin. >> please the fbi and swat teams have been cut coming this area since last week is one of the largest manhunt in southern california history. >> we will look under every
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rock and every corner and we will search mountaintops for him. >> dorner had been charged with murder in the death of her the riverside police officer last thursday. he's accused of killing the daughter of his union representative enter fiance. he tried to killed dozens of police officers in a rambling manifesto posted online. >> at of those guys in handcuffs and until custody then that the people in our department will rest. >> we're also hearing tonight that of this to deputies that were shot this afternoon of course we know now that one of them has unfortunately died in this incident but the other one we are told is being treated and is expected >> we will bring you additional developments from big bear as they happen and you will find continuing coverage online at a richmond police identified a man shot by -- thirty-year old --
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young was armed when he shot several times by officers. this out this is responded to reports of shots fired better still looking into what led up to the shooting. young was upgraded from critical to stable and is expected to survive. no one else was hurt. >> police are investigating a shooting that killed one man and sent others to the hospital. dozens of gunshots rang out at a party last night at a garage. the police said they found 22-year-old officer garcia dead and another man critically injured. a third man and two women were wounded by drove themselves to the hospital. police say that appear the drug car drove up and opened fire. neighbors called 911 after hearing multiple gunshot. >> last night i'm sitting in my living room with my kid in your multiple shots so the only thing i could do is grab my kid and get him down because they did know where the bullets were flying. >> police say someone in the garage may have returned fire.
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so far no arrests have been made. >> investigates a fireplace maybe the source of an apartment fire in cost accounting that this place for residents. eight unit complex on tioga road. fire crews say it took an hour to put out the flames. no one was hurt but fire caused about $400,000 in damage. no word on the exact cause. the for residents displaced are being helped by the red cross. >> residents in east oakland are an alert after a second suspicious fire in two weeks. here is cell phone video of the first incident. several trees were set on fire on nichol avenue damaging cars parked nearby and power lines. another -- was set on fire a few feet away last night. >> it was going to bring the lights out again because last time they burned our wires and we were without electricity from 12:30 p.m. in the night
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>> local attorneys are actors -- atlys witnesses to come forward. >> for bay area teens killed in a car wreck are identified. maria moa, david miller, george moa and rage and do the occupant all were 19 euros old and all were from oakland. the single car accident happened yesterday afternoon on highway 58 copies of bakersfield. one person survived and is hospitalized with critical i njuries. it appears the car swerved in the center median where it crashed causing passengers to be thrown from the vehicle. >> a broken pipe that leads chlorinated water is causing at a fish kill in san mateo creek. thousands of gallons leaked at hundreds of patient died. workers have slowed the leak but they haven't stopped it. >> that's why we're right where the cemetery creek flows into the play. just a few miles upstream is where that break is an right now workers are telling us they have it
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mostly shut down. is still aching some water into the greek an estimated 75 to 100 gallons a minute >> water is still aching right now with the san mateo creek. a busted pipe sent thousands of gallons of chlorinated drinking water into the creek this weekend killing off hundreds of fish. >> the leak was initially at about 1000 gallons permitted and their estimation. >> officials say the chlorine makes it safe to drink that could be deadly to this. the fish kill included steelhead trout like these, a threatened species. >> i noticed on sunday that the scale because there were no live fish. everything was dead on the bottom. >> steven rogers pointed to a dead fish saying that before workers came to clean things up this morning you could see dozens >> if that. this fragile ecosystem either through benign neglect or lack of care has now been a native population has been killed or
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decimated. >> the santa cisco public utilities commission public utilities commission says what they were called out saturday afternoon workers discovered it was an aging 60-inch pipe that broke >> we isolated the the pipe as quickly as the good which means we closed the house in an attempt to receive dues the pressure to reduce the flow and into the creek >> workers added chemicals to neutralize and are continuing to release water upstream from the crystal springs reservoir to dilute the chlorine. >> the pipeline is part of the regional transmission system. workers just confirmed they found 400 dead fish so far and there could be more. the hope to have the valves completely shut off within the next 24 hours. live in san mateo carol lou tpu >> tim cook is downplaying shareholder lawsuit against the company. and the best the company filed the suit last week and proposal to offer more shares three new class of preferred stock. it should be returning more
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cash to investors. at a confident it is as good called the lawsuit a silly sideshow. >> on wall street the dow industrials reach a new five- year high gain 47 points to gain within -- nasdaq laws five. governor jerry brown was joined by the ceo of bank of america to discuss the state the big picture goals for how -- housing. the government said repeal laws to help consumers. government said there is a limit to how much we can spend to going out that the state has eliminated redevelopment agency. the forum was hosted by uc b erkeley. >> people in new orleans are entering the finer phase of the huge party god party. >> celebration includes parades and bands and floats and marching streets. that tuesday is a time for excess that mardi gras is over at the stroke of midnight. followed by ash wednesday start of lent which lasts 40 days and in
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a time of fasting and reflection for many christians. >> here the bay area people celebrating mardi gras at a free concert in the fillmore district. village project say this is a continued 100-year tradition in music and the fillmore. >> we are not trying to compete with new orleans but we have started this trend seven years ago and now and now we have@little bit of everybody celebrating mardi gras now. >> the masquerade ball the schedule tonight at the west bay conference center with live music dancing and lots of food >> 40 niner bubba is being accused of failing to file his taxes. there is still to file returns from 2,622,008. he faces three just a meaner charges. $100,000 fine. he was analyst. atb you during this past nfl season and we spoke to him today and he said he had no comment.
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>> berry von is said to be back in center cisco federal court tomorrow to challenge instructors of justice conviction. circuit of appeals is sad to hear this case on two of the three panels to overturn the 2011 conviction from that federal grand jury investigating the steroid scandal. if the appeal is rejected the sentence is two years probation will stand. a phone call at a body slam for rich with tradition 9 minutes of the surprising announcement about wrestling that had some bay area olympic hopefuls pondering the future. >> the card club is claiming that cities unreasonable and unlawful conditions related from opening but -- cystic clays that fan san jose officials including chris moore gave a rival casino preferential treatment. they lost a legal challenge last year over permits to open the
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casino. >> president obama is just now wrapping up the state of the union address. we will go live to capitol hill and hear about the one topic making headlines. >> an emotional game dedicated to a critically injured teen. why the players and parents are urging better traffic control. >> back here is just -- were looking for warmer days and we'll let you know how long it will be in your neighborhood as we head towards wednesday
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>> back now to breaking news. cnn is reporting that several law enforcement sources have confirmed that fugitive ex- lapd officer stupar dorner is dead. they say his body was discovered in a burned-out cabin near where she got killed a san bernardino sheriffs deputy. he is now suspected in four killings for being fired by
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lapd. they reported hearing a single gunshot as they headed towards the cabin. we are continuing to follow this story and bring you more tonight on the 10 o clock news on ktvu channel two. president obama is delivering the state of the union address. expected to cover a number up to hot topics and focus on the financial needs of the middle c lass. we are live at capitol hill. >> good evening. president obama is just about in the end of his expected address. he's been speaking for nearly an hour. he enjoyed a long warm welcome as he entered the chamber is an prepared to give an gave his remarks however a few minutes of applause as we know is much different than a year of congressional cooperation and that is why we have the president repeatedly call on lawmakers to put the nations interest before a
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party >> the president of the united states. >> in his fourth state of the union address president obama laid at the agenda for his second term in office >> together we have cleared away the rubble of crisis. and we can say with renewed confidence that the state of our union is stronger. >> the focus at tonight's speech how he plans to improve the economy and find work for the nations 12.3 million unemployed americans. >> together we have cleared away the rubble of crisis. and we can say with renewed confidence that the state of our union -- >> warmly received by democrats and dismiss by robocop tokens you will need help for both parties. >> let's set interest aside and work to pass a budget to replace these reckless pass with smart savings >> on foreign policy the president announced a major troop
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withdrawal from afghanistan. 34,000 by this time next year. >> on immigration reform he pushed for citizenship for the 11 million illegal immigrants in the u.s. and ongoing control he made it clear he wants action. >> the >> the address will get two immediate formal responses. marco rubio will represent republicans and ran paul will speak for the tea party express. >> president obama was very firm talking about climate change and got a lot of applause talking about a paycheck fairness act and we're waiting for those republican responses to begin within the next few minutes. >> be sure to go to former more coverage including more details about the president's plans to the tap of our homepage. multibillion-dollar perks with nbc universal. comcast plans to buy ge's 49% stake in nbc for nearly $17 billion. it says is taking advantage of low interest rates.
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for an additional billion nbc's new york headquarters said rockefeller center. >> the los gatos company is teaming up with dreamworks to produce original cartoon series. based on the upcoming movie turbo. it's about as it's about a snail who give the power after an accident. it debuts on september. st. james palace is once again again condemning eight italian magazine for its publishing of photos of cambridge. the photos are in key magazines tomorrow. they feature a pregnant former kate middleton now the dutch is wearing a bikini while vacationing in the caribbean with the caribbean but there has been chris williams. palace officials are calling calling the voters an invasion of privacy. >> last year photos were published in the south of france. >> a two-year alligator confiscated is now in the oakland zoo. the american alligator has been
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health issues due to a poor diet that she is recuperating fully. is likely be animal will like -- end up in a rehab facility. please down the animal after they stopped a fairfield company in january. police say when they searched the couple's home they found seven guns and $29,000 in cash and this alligator. >> a concorde team remains in critical condition after being hit by a car in a crosswalk yesterday. the school held an emotional event in his honor >> this afternoon visiting devils in green against valley charter high school. the red devils dedicated this fresh thinking to critically injured teammate joey hornsby. he play shooting guard for mont diablo. >> played with him since 3rd grade so he's my friend. i'm going to do 110% today. >> he should've been out here
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playing with this. we have to separate a map >> tonight at children's hospital oakland 14-year-old hornsby is in critical condition and his mother tell us us with broken legs and dramatic range injury. >> they will be able to tell me if there's any brain damage until the swelling goes down until they bring him out of this induced,. >> that could be another three d ays. as a first reported last night it happened as joey walked to basketball practice. a car hit amid the smart crosswalk at solano and grant. it was early afternoon. the driver cooperated with police who said she was neither speeding nor under the influence. all traffic officers are off today and no one could speak about the repeated accident that people told us happen here. >> i hope they find the city of concord wakes up and do something about that intersection because there is going to be more lives that are going to be in danger because it is not we'll set up that it is not safe for anybody. >> players told me they were wearing wristbands today and
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they want a stop sign at that intersection. >> diablo high is a few blocks away. the red devils played at the hard top on clayton valley once again. in concord john palmar ktvu news. >> the international olympic committee announced today it voted to drop wrestling from december olympics. it can be appealed. it was devastated for the wrestler. the 17-year-old is the defending california state champion. >> it is hurtful -- i would be really sad. >> 2020 was the year we had planned for him to be in the olympic. >> now wrestling supporters inclusion in the 2020 games. seven of the sports are applying a final vote on which one of those to add will be made in september. warning tonight for firefighters. centimeters are in bus stations
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but not allowing them to exit. and a gradual warm-up as we approach the 2nd half of the week. gil martin let us know which day it's going to be too warm up. you're on timeout leo!
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weekend. close temporarily from 10 o clock friday nine until 8:00 a.m. saturday morning. delays are anticipated. temporary shutdown is going to allow us to perform federally mandated upgrade. >> the martin here looking ahead at something that is hard to not like >> it's great for february. is not coming in this five day forecast. everything is going to the north. the upper level winds -- the surface here. edc this notch of low cloud. that's an offshore flow so that is why we are so warm. that will linger around and that's why temperatures will be on the mild side the next few days. the temperatures will go into the mid-60s and by friday maybe 70s and maybe even by thursday. we start off coral each and
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every morning as we have been 34 in santa rosa and 35 and the layout. frost a possibility as it has been a part of your mornings for many of you. it will continue. it's coldest are within warm warm to and with. be prepared for that because the afternoon temperatures are coming up 30 or 40 degrees in some cases. this continues the warming trend a northeast wind but the wind index is more northeast and this is more northerly. the windsor offshore and they stay that way as we go into the bay area friday into the weekend. things change around and we get back into potential for some showers as we get into the middle of next week so there is some good news. one of the things we noticed was that most areas like santa rosa is 100% will be 98% today but most
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of the area because we had so much rain in december despite the driest january was a lot of the areas are still mighty percentile for rainfall so we're doing well. coming out here is your five day forecast. bay area weekend and you can see there is no rain here. clouds on friday and saturday and it may open the door as we get towards with the middle or the end of next week. >> thank you bill. >> ticket scam. offices to a people have been arrested in the past three weeks. the scammers sold bogus bar tickets that bargain prices in the tickets were well bar tickets that they been altered. they allow passengers into a station that will put them out. the only way to prevent being a victim is to pay the full there and buy through an official source. >> thank you for trusting ktvu channel two news. we'll see you the next time newsbreak. we continue to follow
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developments in southern california where it appears the manhunt for christopher dorner has ended his death. we expect please any time now and over to ktvu channel for new coverage. and tmc is at next here on tv 36.
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